Villas Pico Bonito
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... with my bouyancy more than I should. The idea is once I'm underwater apart from the start bouyancy should be controlled by my breathing only. This has made my dives a lot more relaxed. The coral and arrangements of the dives also felt better, and I'm just more in the groove, so although we didn't see a lot I haven't seen elsewhere the experiences were a lot more enjoyable. What I did see at the end of the first dive however was ...
... didn't want to be the guy who went too hard at 80s night...so naturally I just went my standard party shirt option. Upon arrival I discovered that shots were 50c for those in dress ups and that everyone was the guy who went too hard, with my face dripping with disappointment I asked how much I needed to pay.... The girl behind the bar said "Cool 80s shirt dude,10 lempira each !!", my wardrobe then flashed before my eyes and I realised that she thought I was wearing special ...
... a gateway town to the islands. It is a bizarre mix of hectic roadside markets that you would expect of Central America and whopper shopping malls with all the major U.S chain stores. Our plan was to move on to the Belizean cayes but it looked to be a mammoth and expensive journey-so just like that we changed the plan and booked a shuttle to Antigua in Guatamala. My favourite thing about the trip so far is that we can change our plans on a whim and be wherever we ...
... 7am. You could even buy Taco’s on the island from a pop up shop, and they were really decent. The bar somehow managed to run out of most of it’s stock by about 2am however, which is less than ideal. They were basically just left with Rum, plus either Pineapple juice or Coke. Could be worse I guess. A few of us watched sunrise at about 6am, and a couple of us decided to actually get in to the sea for a swim as the sun was coming up, which was ...
... It costs us $59 per person and was planned to be about a 12 hour journey to reach the Caribbean coast of Honduras. The roads were quite bumpy making it difficult to catch any zzz's but we were thankful for the AC which was blasting on us as we made it into hotter territory. Jehovah Jireh, one of God's many names struck a cord with us on this trip. God definitely showed His provision to guide us as we were in ...